Definition of 'head and shoulders above'
Example sentences containing 'head and shoulders above'
Now she stood head and shoulders above him, white smoke drifting from her mouth as she raised her sword again.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
At some point in their lives each of them had had a single bright idea that put them head and shoulders above everyone else.YELLOW BIRD (2001)
The youngest son of the late King, he had stood head and shoulders above his brothers and he knew he had been the favourite.MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (2001)
Then she noticed a man who stood head and shoulders above the others.ANGELS EVERYWHERE (2001)
Definition of head and shoulders above from the Collins English Dictionary
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